Pentagram Rebrands The William Morris Society

William Morris had a major impact on Victorian Britain. Aligned with the Arts and Crafts Movement, he was a polymath who’s work encompassed design, craft, the written word and the socialist movement. A century on, The William Morris Society continues to promulgate the life and work of Morris. Set up in 1955, the society’s goal […]
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Pentagram Designs New Identity for ‘Theatre Under the Stars’

Pentagram’s DJ Stout and his team in the agency’s Austin office in the U.S. have designed a new identity and website for Theatre Under The Stars, Houston’s non-profit musical theatre company known as “TUTS” to the locals. TUTS’ “before” identity included a star representing the theatre company’s origins as an outdoor-only venue. The designers say […]
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Pentagram Designs Identity for MIT’s ‘Knotty Objects’

The first MIT Media Lab Summit devoted to design, Knotty Objects brought together designers, scientists, engineers, curators and scholars to explore the “chimeric nature” of contemporary design and how it is said to defy a discipline-specific approach. Organised by Paola Antonelli, senior curator of architecture and design at MoMA, and Neri Oxman and Kevin Slavin, […]
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Sunshine Rebrands Roald Dahl for New Global Audience

The Roald Dahl Literary Estate has appointed creative agency Sunshine to develop and evolve its proposition and branding. This is the first time a unifying identity has been developed to live across the estate’s multiple properties and activities. The agency has subsequently defined the three guiding principles for the estate to uphold as: ‘masters of […]
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CHILLI UK Rebrands West Yorkshire Playhouse

Leeds-based brand design agency CHILLI UK has created the new identity for West Yorkshire Playhouse that includes a new logo and full range of marketing collateral. CHILLI was appointed in May following a four-way pitch, and was tasked with capturing the “spirit” of the Playhouse as one of the UK’s main producing theatres. The designers […]
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The Beautiful Meme Creates Identity for The Line

An East London outdoor contemporary art walk linking the O2 and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has launched with an identity created by The Beautiful Meme. The walk includes sculptures from artists such as Damien Hirst, Martin Creed, Gary Hume and Eduardo Paolozzi, and has publically been backed by Boris Johnson, Jon Snow and Mark […]
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Silk Pearce Reveals New Logo for Independent Opera

Silk Pearce has designed a new website for Independent Opera (IO) to help promote the company’s programme of support for young artists in the field of opera, as well as their productions at the Lilian Baylis Studio at Sadler’s Wells, London. The IO site (www.independentopera.com) has been completely redesigned and restructured with larger imagery and […]
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